At last. We have the best plan ever on health care with the recent report by Dr. John Ross. And the government has accepted all his recommendations. But what now?
Addressing the underlying social problems that scientists now know cause so much ill health, can help to rein in health costs. Governments must be holistic in their programming and budgeting.
One thing about our health care system in Nova Scotia: It produces good reports on what to do. It's doing it that's the problem.
The whole system set up for treating MS would shift if Dr. Paolo Zamboni's surgical procedure becomes widely accepted and used. Until then, patients like my wife are forced to wait needlessly.
Health Minister Maureen MacDonald says things are moving forward and she declares herself optimistic.
The CBC and Conservative David Frum are like two ships passing in the ideological night, one being criticized for being too left and the other for being too right.
Detained and questioned by Canadian border services about her knowledge of the Olympics delaying her arrival, Amy Goodman launched her book to a packed auditorium in Vancouver last night.
Convention of the Hospital Employees Union celebrated the repeal of regressive health-sector legislation that have been on the books in British Columbia for 16 years.
Dr. Michael Klein talks about his book "Dissident Doctor" in his critique of the health-care system and his best practice recommendations.
Health Providers Against Poverty analyzes Ontario party platforms with an equity lens.